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Samana vacation rentals

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Top-rated vacation rentals in Samana

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Bungalow in Las Terrenas
cute tropical house with private pool
Modern and charming independent bungalow. It is composed of an air-conditioned bedroom and a shower room, a mezzanine accommodates a double bed, the kitchen is equipped. Private swimming pool with garden and terrace. Wifi available. We are located in a quiet neighborhood. Secure place/night guard. Popy beach (kitesurfing spot, bars and restaurants) as well as the center of the village are just a short walk away. Services on request (breakfast, transfer...)
G$18,090 GYD per night
Apartment in Las Terrenas
Cincuenta pasos... 2BR Luxury Beachfront Unit
50 pasos….50 steps…. in any language you are that close to beautiful Playa Bonita Beach. Part of a gated community, we are situated at the east end of the beach where a private cove makes it even more enticing. The condo is a beachfront, ground floor unit, perfect for couples and friends! **Electricity fee is an additional charge at the end of your stay.
G$44,660 GYD per night
Apartment in Las Terrenas
*GENERATOR* A piece of luxury on Punta Popy Beach
The space is in the heart of Punta Popi. It has Inversor/batteries system so you always have electricity. The neighborhood is filled with acclaimed beaches, delicious restaurants and remarkable cafes. As soon as you step out of the front door, you are immediately immersed in the Soothing energy of Las Terrenas and its pristine beaches.
G$14,191 GYD per night

Stay near Samana's top sights

Malecón de Samaná6 locals recommend
Tierra y Mar8 locals recommend
Plaza Pueblo Principe - Shopping Center6 locals recommend
Pueblo Principe3 locals recommend
Playa Cayacoa - Public Beach3 locals recommend
Mimasa Supermarket y Supermercado38 locals recommend

Samana house rentals

Home in Las Terrenas
Villa Near EVERYTHING 200M to the Beach,300M town.
G$26,368 GYD per night
Home in los puentes - las terrenas
casa bony - panorama and tranquility
G$20,786 GYD per night
Home in Las Terrenas
Villa Panama Grande villa near the beach
G$83,682 GYD per night
Home in DO
Bali a Las Terrenas next to the fishermen's village
G$10,498 GYD per night

Your guide to Samana

All About Samaná

Located on the northeastern coast of the Dominican Republic, the seaside town of Samaná has all the makings of a tropical paradise. Overlooking Samaná Bay, the town is famous for its white-sand beaches, lush rainforests, and cascading waterfalls. From January through March, the turquoise waters just off the coast play host to thousands of humpback whales who come to give birth in the bay. The area is known for its excellent snorkeling and diving, and every morning people line up at the downtown pier to catch fishing charters or to cast a line directly into the water. Samaná’s bustling waterfront promenade is a crayon box come to life, with colorful buildings housing designer beachwear boutiques and shops selling Taíno-inspired ceramics.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Samana

The best time to book your villa in Samaná is between December and April, when the Dominican Republic enjoys plenty of sunshine with minimum chance of rainfall. Between January and March, Samaná organizes celebratory whale-watching ceremonies to observe the migratory humpback whales in action. In summer, the area experiences more humidity and rainfall, but you’re still likely to get several hours of sun each day. Hurricane season starts in June and goes until November, bringing the possibility of heavy tropical storms. The town takes Christmas seriously, with festivities going on all December long and decorations adorning the beaches and restaurants.

Top things to do in Samana

Samaná Bay

A relaxing stroll along the Samaná Bay is a journey into the heart of nature, where crystalline beaches and tropical forests carve out a scenic path. One of the most popular things to do here is hike to local waterfalls and caves decorated with historical indigenous Taíno petroglyphs and pictographs.

El Limón Waterfall

A challenging 1.5-mile hike through the tropical forest will lead you to El Limón Waterfall as it drops 130 feet to a crystal-clear natural pool. The cascade can also be reached by horseback through the steep mountain passes. The waterfall is surrounded by dense vegetation, beautiful hiking trails, and a view of the mountain range.

Cayo Levantado Islands

Samaná’s own paradise island, Cayo Levantado, is a four-nautical-mile boat ride from Samaná’s port. Water sports enthusiasts come here to kayak, swim, and snorkel in the gentle sea surrounding the island. Beachside dance parties and musical nights with local salsa bands are held here regularly.